There’s a massive Cold War secret hidden in Everglades National Park

The Cold War was one of the most interesting times in history. Government secrets, conspiracies, high-stakes negotiations, the fate of mankind as we knew it hanging in the balance... just some really quality drama....

A stroll down the wonderfully-whimsical Umbrella Street

There's something magical about a street covered in umbrellas. The adorable Ágitagueda art festival in  Águeda, a municipality in Portugal hosts hundreds of umbrellas above the city streets every July. It's one of the...

Introducing the WaterCar Panther, an amphibious car that doubles as a boat

It doesn't get any more epic than a flying car... but sadly, a really good version is still years off. Fortunately, WaterCar is giving us sleek boat-car hybrids that we can play with in the...

Zak Bagans of ‘Ghost Adventures’ opened a museum so haunted, you need a waiver...

If you find yourself sitting in front of the TV watching a paranormal show and thinking "I hope I never see a ghost", congratulations... you're totally normal! If you dream of having a ghostly...

This ‘Snow White’-themed house for sale could become America’s cutest Airbnb

Everyone knows princesses live in castles... but sometimes you want a break from the royal treatment. If you're a princess (aspiring or otherwise), the perfect fairytale cottage just hit the market, and it would...

Yungas Road (AKA “The Road of Death”) is 40 miles of pure nightmare-fuel

Every year Yungas Road, AKA "The Road of Death" claims the lives of approximately 2-300 people. Yet, every day, tour groups, intrepid roadtrippers, and daily commuters, brave the hairpin curves on this white-knuckle drive. The...

Welcome to Stephen King’s Maine (that is, unless you’re easily frightened)

Stephen King's works are, at this point, pretty much synonymous with Maine. His skill for coming up with disturbing and memorable stories is matched only by his ability to capture the historic and quaint,...

Visit the last vestiges of Las Vegas’s short-lived atomic tourism craze

Thinking about Vegas in the 1950s evokes some pretty wild imagery. During the decade, the city's population exploded, neon-lit casinos and hotels sprang up left and right, Hollywood's brightest stars flocked here to party,...

For sale: 1,300 one-of-a-kind toilet seats, to a good home

Looking to redecorate the bathroom? Then you're in luck! Barney Smith's Toilet Seat Art Museum is a collection of over a thousand hand-decorated and totally unique toilet seat lids, mostly done by Barney Smith...
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Yosemite: America’s most haunted National Park

Yosemite is one of America's most beautiful National Parks... but it's also one of the country's most haunted. And we're not just talking about ghosts, either; be wary of curses, cryptids, and otherworldly demons as...

The most touching, heartbreaking, and totally fake memorials in New York City

Remember the Brooklyn Bridge Elephant Stampede, which was the "greatest single animal-driven disaster of the modern era" and conveniently happened on the day of the Stock Market Crash of 1929? How about the Staten Island...
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The strange story of why this Texas town is covered in cryptic road signs

Amarillo is a town that's got more going on than any town its size has any right to. You don't need to get too deep into Amarillo to know that its famous for Cadillac...

Here’s your chance to spend the night in Cinderella’s castle at Disney!

Disney World is, without question, the most magical place on Earth... but if you're looking for the most magical place within the most magical place on Earth, I'd have to say that it's probably...

Do you have what it takes to solve the 10 miles of path at...

Is there anything better than a fall afternoon spent lost deep within the bowels of an epic corn maze? I think not. While there are plenty of corn mazes (with designs of varying complicated-ness),...

Holbrook, AZ: The town whose dinosaurs saved it from extinction

Holbrook, Arizona is a town that's managed to defy extinction, in more ways than one. For starters, it's one of the rare Route 66 towns that's managed to scrape by, even after the route...